Proteomics: a theoretical platform for the analysis of animal protein sequence data


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Proteomics: a theoretical platform for the analysis of animal protein sequence data

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    A Novel Model for Compressed Sensing Using Multilayer PerceptronsIn this paper, we show that the classification of deep neural networks using multilayer perceptrons allows for a significant reduction in the dimension of the data. The task is to predict the expected performance of a neural network using a single multilayer perceptron. Our multilayer perceptron is based on a deep architecture called the HPC architecture (Hapbank). We test the proposed architecture on various real data sets, including the task of deep learning tasks on both synthetic data and real data. The effectiveness of the model is shown to be significantly enhanced when training with low or no training data.


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